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When Jennifer McIntyre first went to Taiwan, she thought it would be for a year, before going on to pursue journalism in New York. Ten years later, she is still there, doing ministry with her husband, Thomas, and their two children.   Thomas, who grew up at Second and felt called to...

We had a great Christian Life Conference weekend! If you weren't able to attend or would like to listen again to any of the sessions, audio is available online.

The Christian Life Conference begins this Friday, January 27 at 6:30pm. This year we will welcome guests Harry Reeder and John Wood, who will explore the topic of "holiness." The conference is free to attend. Learn more about CLC 2017.

“  ...  the church of the living God, a pillar and buttress of the truth.”   1 Timothy 3:15 Those few words capture a distinctive role of the church. R.C. Sproul explains this role as follows:  “The church is called to lift up Biblical truth...

On January 20-22, we will be offering our winter Inquirers class. This class is for those interested in pursuing membership at Second, people with questions about Christian faith, and members who want a refresher on what their membership vows mean. Learn more and register online.

MidWeek begins Wednesday, January 11! Dinner starts at 5:00pm in the Fellowship Hall, followed by a number of classes for adults and activities for kids. Nursery is provided for ages 3 and under, beginning at 6:15. Visit 2pc.org/midweek for more information.

  At the crest of a hill on the southeast end of downtown, in the shadow of the FedEx Forum, Clayborn Temple stands as a reminder of past turmoil and of great hope for Memphis and for our nation. The building, which was the home of our congregation at the beginning of the 20th century, was...

Holiday Hours

Posted by Danielle C. Smith on Dec 27, 2016

As a reminder, our offices will be open Wed thru Fri this week. Accounting will be here from 8a-12p Saturday to accept year-end gifts

We realize that recent events in our nation have caused some to feel belittled, marginalized, and threatened. We Christian pastors want to express our heartfelt concern and our solidarity with all of the people in our community. The African-American, Muslim, and Hispanic immigrant communities...

Advent Meditation

Dec 15, 2016

By: Barton Kimbro The cultural context of Advent is a mixture of wassail, cyber Monday shopping, our favorite holiday songs and the hope of a white Christmas. It’s a fun and exciting time. Biblically speaking, however, the context of Advent is much different. It’s dark. The prophet...

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